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... graves, the amphitheater, road systems all point to a rich culture. It was an important site for the Med. trade and trade routes. Following the Achaic period, it was under the Persian Empire, then fell to Alexander the Great, then to Romans. The colons are marble, which is very different than many other cities I've visited in Turkey. These ...
... stretch his euros to get by. He's got a great personality and hard to imagine his ruggedness underneath that kindness. I am just upset that I didn't take a selfie with him.
You'll also see pictures of yellow wild flowers and red cord rose all are signs of spring coming to Cyprus early in late January. Incredible.
Catch you a bit later.
Love you guys,
Dear Emre and Kerem,
Today was my first day in Cyprus. After a long day on the road, my last stop was Kantara Castle. It's first mentioned in the records for Ric*************heart around 1190. So, it's easily a millennium-old. You can climb from the shoreline in about 20 minutes going through few villages and the final one is also called Kantara.
The road is very zig-zaggy and often times, you need to ...
... including a gold medal for their fish and lamb dishes, as well as other prizes for their wedding cakes and celebration desserts.
They have indeed taken the 'all inclusive' to another standard and we felt that we were spoilt for choice.
The Executive Chef happens to be Antonis Nicolaou. He was born in Famagusta, and is known for his devotion to gastronomy and creativity in general….his favorite has always been seafood as he admits. ...
Not often you walk almost 10km to buy a dozen fresh village free range eggs! Reminds me of my Grandmother's day when she used to walk and take a bus to the farm to choose a hen for the pot(a hen, not a chicken in those days!). Also it's amazing what you spot when you are walking casually with your eyes and mind open to what is around you. Never spotted a Scottish thistle in Meneou before! Relaxing now for Easter before resuming training next ...